Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles


Becker, R. & Teney, C. (2019): “Understanding high-skilled intra-European migration patterns: The case of European physicians in Germany”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Schmitt, C. & Teney, C. (2018): “Access to general social protection for immigrants in advanced democracies”, Journal of European Social Policy.

Teney, C. (2016): “Does the EU economic crisis undermine subjective Europeanisation? Assessing the dynamics of citizens´ EU framings between 2004 and 2013”, European Sociological Review, 32 (5): 619-633.

Teney, C., Hanquinet, L. & Bürkin, K. (2016): “Feeling European: An exploration of ethnic disparities among immigrants”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42 (13): 2182-2204.

Schaeffer, M., Höhne, J. & Teney, C. (2016): “Income advantages of poorly-qualified immigrant minorities. Why school drop-outs of Turkish origin earn more in Germany”, European Sociological Review, 32 (1): 93-107.

Helbling, M. & Teney, C. (2015): “The cosmopolitan elite in Germany. Transnationalism and postmaterialism”, Global Networks, 15(4), 446-468.

Carol, S. & Teney, C. (2015): “Intergroup dating preferences among Brussels youth. The intersection of gender and ethnicity and its determinants”, European Societies, 17(2), 132-157.

Teney, C., Lacewell, O. & de Wilde, P. (2014): “Polarization of winners and losers of globalization in Europe: Attitudes and ideologies”, European Political Science Review, 6(4), 575-595.

Teney, C. & Helbling, M. (2014): “How denationalization divides the elites and citizens”, Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 43(4), 258-271.

Teney, C., Devleeshouwer, P. & Hanquinet, L. (2013): “Educational aspirations among ethnic minority youth in Brussels. Does the perception of ethnic discrimination in the labour market matter? A mixed-method approach”, Ethnicities, 13 (5), 584-606.

Teney, C. & Hanquinet, L. (2012): “High political participation, high social capital? A relational analysis of youth social capital and political participation”, Social Science Research, 41 (5), 1213-1226.

Teney, C. (2012): “Space matters. The group threat hypothesis revisited with geographically weighted regression. The case of the NPD 2009 electoral success”, Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 41(3), 207-226.

Teney, C. (2011): “Endorsement of assimilationism among ethnic minority and majority youth in a multination-multiethnic context: The case of Brussels”, European Sociological Review, 27(2), 212-229.

Teney, C. & Subramanian, S.V (2010): “Attitudes toward homosexuals among youth in multiethnic Brussels”, Cross-Cultural Research, 44 (2), 151-173.

Teney, C., Jacobs, D., Rea, A. & Delwit, P. (2010): “Voting patterns among ethnic minorities in Brussels (Belgium) during the 2006 local elections”, Acta Politica, 45 (3), 273-297.

Rea, A., Jacobs, D., Teney, C. & Delwit, P. (2010): “Les comportements électoraux des minorités ethniques à Bruxelles” [Voting behaviour of ethnic minorities in Brussels], Revue Française de Science Politique, 60 (4), 691-717.

Teney, C. & Jacobs, D. (2009): “Les rhétoriciens bruxellois issus de l’immigration et leur premier vote. Une analyse des intentions de vote aux élections fédérales de 2007” [Students with an immigrant background in Brussels and their first vote. An analysis of voting intentions for the 2007 federal elections], Brussels Studies, 24.

Teney, C. & Jacobs, D. (2007): "Le droit de vote des étrangers en Belgique: le cas de Bruxelles" [The voting rights of foreigners in Belgium: The case of Brussels], Migrations Société, 19 (114), 151-168.

Books/Reports


Teney, C. (2015): “Introduction”, In: Brain drain – brain gain: European labour market in times of crisis, Schellinger, A. (Ed), Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation: Berlin, ISBN 978-3-95861-311-9, pp. 2-11.

Teney, C. (2015): “Conclusion”, In: Brain drain – brain gain: European labour market in times of crisis, Schellinger, A. (Ed), Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation: Berlin, ISBN 978-3-95861-311-9, pp. 85-92.

Teney, C. & Siemsen, P. (2015): “Germany: A Major Intra-EU Brain Gain Country?”, In: Brain drain – brain gain: European labour market in times of crisis, Schellinger, A. (Ed), Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation: Berlin, ISBN 978-3-95861-311-9, pp. 12-21.

Allmendinger, J., Bunselmeyer, E., Ecker-Ehrhardt, M., Helbling, M., Holland-Cunz, M., Teney, C. & Weßels, B. (2013): „Entscheidungsträger in Deutschland: Werte und Einstellungen“, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, 1-36.

Adam, I., Rea, A., Coene, G., Crosby, A., Hamdoui, S., Teney, C, Giladi, M. (2010): “Culturele diversiteit op de werkvloer. Praktijken van redelijke aanpassing. La diversité culturelle au travail. Pratiques d´aménagements raisonnables” [Cultural diversity on the labour market. Practise of reasonable accommodation], Brussels: Centre of Equal Opportunity and Fight against Racism.

Teney, C. (2009) “Acculturation and prejudice against sociological minorities among Brussels youth: A multilevel regression approach”, PhD Thesis, Université libre de Bruxelles.

Jacobs, D., Rea, A., Teney, C., Callier, L. & Lothaire, S. (2009): "L'ascenseur social reste en panne. Les performances des élèves issus de l'immigration en Communauté française et en Communauté flamande" [The social lift remains broken. Educational achievements of pupils of foreign origin in the French-speaking and Dutch-speaking communities in Belgium], Brussels: Fondation Roi Baudouin, ISBN : 978-2-87212-594-4.

Jacobs, D., Rea, A., Teney, C., Callier, L. & Lothaire, S. (2009) : "De sociale lift blijft steken. De prestaties van allochtone leerlingen in de Vlaamse Gemeenschap en de Franse Gemeenschap" [The social lift remains broken. Educational achievements of pupils of foreign origin in the French-speaking and Dutch-speaking communities in Belgium], Brussels: Koning Boudewijnstichting, ISBN: 978-90-5130-662-0.

Book Chapters


Teney, C. & Deutschmann, E. (2018): “Transnational social practices: A quantitative perspective”, In: Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Scott, R. & Buchmann, M. (Eds), Hoboken: John Wiley & Son.

De Wilde, P., Teney, C. & Lacewell O.P. (2018): “Euroscepticism: Stand-alone phenomenon or embedded within a broader cleavage?”, In: The Routledge handbook of Euroscepticism, Leruth, B., Startin, N. & Usherwood, S. (Eds), Oxon: Routledge, 48-60.

Teney, C. & Helbling, M. (2017): “Solidarity between the elites and the masses in Germany”, In: The strains of commitment: The political sources of solidarity in diverse societies, Banting, K. & Kymlicka, W. (Eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 127-151.

Jacobs, D., Teney, C., Rea, A. & Delwit, P. (2015): “Is it really ethnic voting? Ethnic minorities in local elections in Brussels”, In: Just ordinary citizens?: Toward a comparative portrait of the political immigrant, Bilodeau, A. (Ed), Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 46-62.

Teney, C. & Hanquinet, L. (2015): “Lieux et identités: La complexité des sentiments d´appartenance des jeunes Bruxellois” [Places and identities: The complexity of senses of belonging among Brussels youth], In: Bruxelles, ville mosaique. Entre espaces, diversités et politiques, Devleeshouwer P., Sacco, M. & Torrekens, C. (Eds), Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles, 73-82.

Jacobs, D. & Teney, C. (2010): “De allochtone stem te Brussel” [Vote of the immigrant population in Brussels], In: Gezien, gehoord, vertegenwoordigd?, Celis, K., Wauters, B., Meier, P. (Eds), Academia Press, Gent, 89-112, ISBN: 9789038215372.

Discussion Papers


Möhring, K. & Teney, C. (2017): “Contextual determinants of citizens' support for gender equality in leadership positions across Europe”, MZES Working Paper, 169, 1-25.

Teney, C., Strijbis, O., Carol, S. & Tepe, S. (2018): “Elite survey of the Bridging Project The Political Sociology of Cosmopolitanism and Communitarianism. Technical Report”, WZB Discussion Paper SP VI 2018-105, 73p.

Teney, C., Becker, R. & Bürkin, K. & Siemsen, P. (2017): “Mixed-methods study of intra-EU highly skilled immigrants in Germany. Technical report”, ZenTra Working Papers in Transnational Studies, 74/2017.

Teney, C., Becker, R., Bürkin, K. & Spengler M. (2017): “Migration and integration experiences of non-German European physicians in Germany”, ZenTra Working Papers in Transnational Studies, 67/2017.

Teney, C., Becker, R., Bürkin, K. & Spengler M. (2017): “Migrations- und Integrationserfahrungen europäischer Ärztinnen und Ärzte in Deutschland. Ergebnisse einer bundesweiten Umfrage”, Research Report, SOCIUM, University of Bremen: Bremen.

Teney, C., Bürkin, K. & Becker, R., Möser, S., & Lenkewitz, S., (2017): “Ärztinnen und Ärzte in Deutschland. Erste Ergebnisse einer bundesweiten Umfrage zu beruflichen Erfahrungen, Zufriedenheit und Einstellungen”, Research Report, SOCIUM, University of Bremen: Bremen.

Schmitt, C. & Teney, C. (2016): “Access to general social protection for immigrants in advanced democracies”, ZenTra Working Papers in Transnational Studies, 70, 1-24.

Dissemination to the Public


Möser, S. & Teney, C. (2017): „Wer sind die europäischen Ärzte, die in Ost- und Westdeutschland arbeiten?“, Ärzteblatt Sachsen (11), 494-495.

Teney, C. (2017): „Verlieren Nationalität und kulturelle Zugehörigkeit an Bedeutung in der transkulturell geprägten postmodernen Welt?“, Wissenschaft im Dialog, 29.05.2017.

Strijbis, O. & Teney, C. (2016): “Das Weltbürgertum der Eliten. In vielen Ländern ist die Gesamtbevölkerung eher nationalstaatlich orientiert”, WZB-Mitteilungen, 154, 25-27.

Danhier, J. & Teney, C. (2015): “L´analyse multiniveaux ou comment modéliser la réussite scolaire” [Multilevel analysis or how to modelise school achievement], Statistiques et Société, 2(4), 63-67.

Teney, C. & Helbling, M. (2014): „Die Verteilung kosmopolitischer Werte“, Die Berliner Republik, 6, 39-40.

Teney, C. & Helbling, M. (2013): „Die Verteilung liberaler Werte. Elite und Bevölkerung in Deutschland denken unterschiedlich über Immigration“, WZB-Mitteilung, 142, 12-15.

Teney, C., Devleeshouwer, P & Hanquinet, L. (2013): “Gymnasium – und was dann? Junge Migranten zwischen Selbstbehauptung und Familienzielen”, WZBrief Bildung, 25, 1-6.

Teney, C. & Hanquinet, L. (2012): “Jugend heute: Sozialkapital und politische Beteiligung“, WZBrief Zivilengagement, 6, 1-5.